Bosnia and Herzegovina: Milk and Dairy Products Report

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   BK2023-0002


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Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) 2022 dairy imports totaled $123.3 million, with a trade deficit of $61 million. The domestic dairy industry produces mainly high-volume, fast-turnover products like fluid milk, yogurt, and fresh/cottage cheese. BiH imports their most value-added milk products from the European Union (EU). Import opportunities exist for U.S. products such as cheese, butter and spreads, flavored milk drinks, and ice cream, nevertheless U.S. exporters may face competition from EU tariff-free products.

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